Here comes another broken plaster face I did a drawing of.
The accusing expression on it somehow reminded me of the classical phrase “Et tu, Brute?” (You too, Brutus?), which Julius Caesar is supposed to have uttered whilst receiving the final stab by his friend and adopted son Brutus.
Although there´s is no evidence that he actually said that (and how could there be since voice recording hasn´t been invented yet around 44 BC?), Shakespeare used them in his play “Julius Caesar” and thus these words have become common knowledge and signify the utmost betrayal.
Luckily I haven´t been stabbed to death, but from experience I kind of know anyway how Julius Caesar must have felt… 😦